|Monday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
So particular museum, it was a pleasure too have a look at the past of Nice.
The entrance ticket costs 10 Euros but also gives admission to many other museums in Nice over a 24 hour period. During the first part of 2018 the special exhibition focuses on 19th and early 20th century photos that explain the development of the town. I have the 5 stars for these photos as the rest of the building is less exciting.
This city museum consists of three parts. On the ground floor, you can see the original interior and architecture of the building, including some paintings (such as Napoleon) and artifacts of the owner. The second floor is largely a random collection of posters, drawings, and photos of Nice and the surrounding from the turn of the 19th century. The third floor, which is the most interesting, is a collection of photos of the Côte d'Azur also during the belle époque. Overall, it is probably worth a visit if the city history and time period interests you. Unfortunately, there is no logical order to the museum, so you will just spend your time looking at a random collection of objets and photos, many behind glass cabinets. I left not having a better appreciation for the history of the city than when I entered. I would suggest that the owners completely rethink how the museum is organized. In any case, the garden is nice, is free to enter, and there is rarely anyone there.
Great museum, limited exhibits, but great building.
Interesting and free for students if you show a student card.
Interesting museum about the building itself, the city of Nice and its most prominent figures and people. There are a lot to see through the two floors of this mansion, specially if you are an history buff.
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Good visit...great villa well used as museum...how the other half lived back in the day
Nice quiet and relaxing historic trip. The surrounding garden was nice and relaxibg. Not too many people when we were there at around 12.
This building is in excellent condition. The panelling is exquisite. Complete with original furniture. Some interesting artefacts from Napoleon and Josephine.
About 90% of the museum was only in French so we understood very little. The exhibition was interesting about Nice throughout the history
Architecture, setting, gardens, paintings. Everything was amazing. A definite must see in Nice❤️
A beautiful museum. The ground floor was of a particular interest to me, as it has all the decor from the early 20th century intact (almost no furniture here, though, if you're looking for that!). I also enjoyed the exhibit on the life in Nice through the years. Lots of interesting paintings and small artifacts. If you're a student, admission is free!
Nice place, or daughter wanted to go and we got a gift ticket from the billeterie. Very nice from them.